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Brookville's Walker Amongst ODAC Honorees

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FOREST, Va. --- Randolph-Macon College running back Will McGhee and Hampden-Sydney College linebacker Tyler Ikwild highlight the 2013 All-ODAC football awards, earning the J. Stokeley Fulton Offensive and Lou Wacker Defensive Player of the Year awards, respectively.  H-SC mentor Marty Favret secured ODAC Coach of the Year honors, while Washington and Lee University running back Marshall Hollerith earned ODAC Rookie of the Year recognition.  Emory & Henry College quarterback Kyle Boden was tabbed the ODAC/Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete for the second straight year by the league's sports information directors.

McGhee, a senior from Fishersville, Va., put together one of the best rushing seasons in ODAC history on the way to his second straight All-ODAC First Team appearance.  McGhee leads the ODAC with 1,676 yards rushing, which ranks second on the conference's all-time single-season list behind former E&H standout Sandy Rogers (1,730 in 1986).  McGhee's total currently sits fourth in the country.  He tied atop the ODAC with 16 rushing touchdowns, notching 17 overall to lead the league with 102 points.  His 292 carries are the third-most in conference history.  McGhee was recently named the Offensive Back of the Year in the College Division by the Touchdown Club of Richmond.  After starting off the year with just 42 yards against Johns Hopkins, McGhee ran for at least 123 yards in eight of the nine remaining games.  He eclipsed 200 yards three times, highlighted by a 296-yard three-touchdown showing against Bethany (W.Va.), the third-highest single-game rushing yardage total in conference history.

Ikwild, a senior from Philomont, Va., put together a strong season from the middle of Hampden-Sydney's linebacking corps.  He finished tied for second in the ODAC with 98 total tackles, posting the third-most solo stops with 54.  He also racked up 13 tackles for a loss that set opposing offenses back 25 yards, and notched 1.5 sacks.  He forced one fumble and got back in pass coverage to breakup four passes.  Ikwild registered five games with nine or more tackles, including a 17-stop day in the Tigers' ODAC title-clinching win over Randolph-Macon.  It was in that contest that he may have made his most important stop, plugging a hole with 1:35 to play on a two-point attempt by R-MC that preserved H-SC's 28-26 victory.  Over his last three games, Ikwild has made 41 tackles, including nine against Maryville (Tenn.) in the NCAA tournament first round.

Favret is in his 14th season holding the coaching reins at Hampden-Sydney, having racked up a 104-41 (.717) career record.  He is 63-23 (.733) in games against ODAC opponents.  Favret guided the Tigers to their eighth overall ODAC title in 2013, which marks the program's fourth in the last seven years.  The conference crown afforded Hampden-Sydney a trip to the NCAA Division III Football Tournament, where Favret's Tigers posted their first win in five tries in the opening round, defeating Maryville (Tenn.), 42-34, in Hampden-Sydney.  H-SC travels to McMinnville, Ore., for a second round matchup with Linfield College on Saturday (11/30).

Hollerith, a freshman from Richmond, Va., stepped into the lead running back role in Washington and Lee's multiple option offense and excelled, setting Generals' rookie records for rushing yardage and touchdowns.  Hollerith ranks fourth in the ODAC with 1,021 yards rushing.  His 13 ground-game touchdowns are third in the league, helping him to fourth in the ODAC in scoring with 78 points.  He eclipsed 100 yards rushing in six games this season, twice putting together three-game streaks including the final three of W&L's season.  His 151 yards and three touchdowns in a victory over Sewanee marked his first century-mark outing, while the 184 yards he gained in a win over Catholic University proved a season-high.

Boden, a senior from Knoxville, Tenn., maintains a 3.985 grade point average as a Biology and Chemistry double-major.  He is a finalist for 2013 Capital One Academic All-America recognition from CoSIDA, from which he earned second team honors in 2012.  He is a three-time Academic All-District honoree, having earned those accolades each of the past three seasons.  A six-time Dean's List honoree, Boden is a Rhodes Scholar finalist, the first for Emory & Henry in 109 years.  On the field, Boden will graduate second in school history on the career passing yards and completions charts, as he is the only quarterback to throw for over 2,000 yards in a single-season --- a feat he's accomplished three times.  This year, he completed 66.2-percent (217-of-328) of his passes for 2,531 yards and 21 touchdowns against seven interceptions.  His best game came in a 61-22 win over Methodist in which he threw for 382 yards and five touchdowns, while setting a new ODAC single-game record by completed 29-of-31 passes for 93.5-percent.

Listed below are the full All-ODAC Football Teams.  For more information on ODAC Football, visit the websites of any of the participating schools, or go to the ODAC's home on the Internet at www.odaconline.com.  Don't forget to become a fan of the ODAC on Facebook or follow the ODAC on Twitter at @odacathletics.

2013 ALL-ODAC FOOTBALL TEAMS
J. Stokeley Fulton Offensive Player of the Year:
Will McGhee, Sr., RB, Randolph-Macon
Lou Wacker Defensive Player of the Year: Tyler Ikwild, Sr., LB, Hampden-Sydney
ODAC Coach of the Year: Marty Favret, Hampden-Sydney
ODAC Rookie of the Year: Marshall Hollerith, Fr., RB, Washington and Lee
ODAC/Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete: Kyle Boden, Sr., QB, Emory & Henry

ALL-ODAC FIRST TEAM

Offense

Nash Nance

Junior

Quarterback

Hampden-Sydney

Mike Pitsenberger

Senior

Running Back

Catholic

Will McGhee

Senior

Running Back

Randolph-Macon

Andrew Smith

Sophomore

All-Purpose Back

Shenandoah

Adam Smith

Sophomore

Wide Receiver

Guilford

Holton Walker

Junior

Wide Receiver

Hampden-Sydney

Alex Evans

Senior

Tight End

Catholic

Michael O'Shea

Senior

Offensive Line

Catholic

Will Ferrell

Senior

Offensive Line

Hampden-Sydney

Nate Turner

Junior

Offensive Line

Randolph-Macon

Connor Hollenbeck

Senior

Offensive Line

Washington and Lee

Bobby Jones

Senior

Offensive Line

Washington and Lee

Chandler DeHaven

Sophomore

Placekicker

Bridgewater

 

 

 

 

Defense

Anthony Albanese

Senior

Defensive Line

Catholic

Scott Markland

Junior

Defensive Line

Hampden-Sydney

Shaq Thomas

Sophomore

Defensive Line

Hampden-Sydney

Tom Solak

Junior

Defensive Line

Randolph-Macon

Andrew Palmer

Senior

Linebacker

Bridgewater

Josh Doggett

Junior

Linebacker

Hampden-Sydney

Tyler Ikwild

Senior

Linebacker

Hampden-Sydney

Byron Mitchell

Senior

Linebacker

Shenandoah

Darrick Gore

Junior

Defensive Back

Bridgewater

Satiir Stevenson

Junior

Defensive Back

Guilford

John Moore

Junior

Defensive Back

Hampden-Sydney

Zach Morgan

Senior

Defensive Back

Hampden-Sydney

Tyler Hunt

Sophomore

Punter

Guilford

 

 

 

 

ALL-ODAC SECOND TEAM

Offense

Matt Pawlowski

Sophomore

Quarterback

Guilford

Josh Schow

Sophomore

Running Back

Guilford

Marshall Hollerith

Freshman

Running Back

Washington and Lee

Luke Terna

Senior

All-Purpose Back

Washington and Lee

Cassidy Burns

Senior

Wide Receiver

Bridgewater

Andrew Ouellette

Senior

Wide Receiver

Catholic

Joey Druhan

Sophomore

Tight End

Hampden-Sydney

Sean Douglass

Sophomore

Offensive Line

Bridgewater

Isaac Bowman

Junior

Offensive Line

Emory & Henry

Wes Johnson

Sophomore

Offensive Line

Guilford

Joey Partin

Senior

Offensive Line

Hampden-Sydney

Micah Fleet

Junior

Offensive Line

Washington and Lee

Tyler Hunt

Sophomore

Placekicker

Guilford

 

 

 

 

Defense

Nicholas Cawthon

Sophomore

Defensive Line

Bridgewater

Cole Beyeler

Senior

Defensive Line

Emory & Henry

Calvin Davis

Junior

Defensive Line

Randolph-Macon

Jake Payne

Sophomore

Defensive Line

Shenandoah

Conor Stueckler

Senior

Linebacker

Catholic

Paul Forney

Junior

Linebacker

Emory & Henry

Robert Smith

Junior

Linebacker

Guilford

Marcus Mitchell

Freshman

Linebacker

Randolph-Macon

Mike Skehill

Junior

Defensive Back

Catholic

Shreve Rohle

Junior

Defensive Back

Hampden-Sydney

Eric Long

Sophomore

Defensive Back

Randolph-Macon

Bayvon Young

Sophomore

Defensive Back

Shenandoah

Tracy Murden

Senior

Punter

Randolph-Macon

 

 

 

 

ALL-ODAC THIRD TEAM

Offense

Kyle Boden

Senior

Quarterback

Emory & Henry

Jacob Wright

Junior

Running Back

Bridgewater

Joe Vaughn

Junior

Running Back

Emory & Henry

John Byrd

Sophomore

All-Purpose Back

Randolph-Macon

Lucas Kirby

Junior

Wide Receiver

Emory & Henry

Christian Cook

Senior

Wide Receiver

Randolph-Macon

Matt Williamson

Senior

Tight End

Randolph-Macon

Kyle Keister

Senior

Offensive Line

Bridgewater

Eric Hrynczyszyn

Senior

Offensive Line

Catholic

David Trancynger

Senior

Offensive Line

Catholic

Ryan Ferrell

Senior

Offensive Line

Emory & Henry

C.J. Wade

Senior

Offensive Line

Hampden-Sydney

 

 

 

 

Defense

Tyler Eller

Junior

Defensive Line

Guilford

Ian Griffin

Junior

Defensive Line

Shenandoah

Mark Burlee

Senior

Defensive Line

Washington and Lee

Michael Unholz

Senior

Defensive Line

Washington and Lee

Alex Collins

Junior

Linebacker

Bridgewater

Sean Blackman

Senior

Linebacker

Shenandoah

Jake Barr

Sophomore

Linebacker

Washington and Lee

Peter Partee

Senior

Linebacker

Washington and Lee

DeMikael Burse

Senior

Defensive Back

Emory & Henry

Ryan Byrd

Sophomore

Defensive Back

Emory & Henry

Alex Smith

Senior

Defensive Back

Guilford

Mitchell Thompson

Senior

Defensive Back

Washington and Lee

Jordan Umstead

Freshman

Punter

Shenandoah

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